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Bachelor of App Sc (Physiotherapy)
• Physiotherapist in Continence and Women's Health
• Principal Physiotherapist at Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
With over 10 years of clinical experience gained from working in large teaching hospitals in Australia and the United Kingdom within the area of Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Physiotherapy.
 
Trisha’s approache to treating your condition is focused around the pelvis and how it integrates with the rest of your body system. A well aligned pelvic base, with a supportive core will bring you optimal function.
 
Traditionally, Physiotherapist either chooses to become a ‘Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist’ - just treats the outside of the pelvis, or a ‘Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist’ - just treats the inside of the pelvis.
But due to the nature of this practice and the referral it receives from medical specialist such as gynaecologist/urogynaecologist, Trisha aims to address the pelvis as a whole, which equates to more successful patient outcomes.  
 
In 2013 Trisha decided to formalise her knowledge in lumbo-pelvic –hip core strength training programs by becoming an APPI accredited Matwork Pilates Practitioner.
 
If needed, a pilates focused method of exercising will be integrated with your treatment program.
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“Your posture during sitting, standing, walking, running and exercise will be thoroughly analysed. My aim is to assist you to achieve a more neutral and efficient alignment through Pilates and Physiotherapy treatment methods, to reduce pain and improve function.”  - Trisha
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• BAppSc(Physiotherapy)(Hons I)
• Physiotherapist in Continence and Women's Health
• Childbirth Educator
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Tara has over 10 years experience as a physiotherapist with a special interest in Continence, Women's Health and Paediatrics. She graduated with honours from the University Of Sydney and since then she has continued to follow her passion, working steadily to build her skills and experience in Women's Health Physiotherapy. She previously spent 12 years as Senior Physiotherapist in Women's Health and Continence within the public hospital system, and as an Academic for the University of Western Sydney.
 
She also spent 3 years working part time as an orthopaedic paedatric physiotherapist in a major Paediatric hospital. In addition to working as a Physiotherapist, she has spent many years working as a Childbirth and Parenting Educator, educating expectant parents having their babies in both public and private hospitals.
Tara has completed extensive postgraduate training in Continence, Women's Health and Paediatrics, having attended training courses in female urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, male urinary incontinence, pelvic pain disorders, paediatric incontinence, nocturnal enuresis, perineal trauma, bladder urgency, active birth, breastfeeding, pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, to name a few.
 
She currently works part time as a Senior Physiotherapist at the Royal Hospital for Women, along with running her own private practice in Sydney's Inner West.  Tara is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (Continence and Women's Health and Paediatrics Groups), the Urogynaecological Society of Australasia and serves on the NSW management committee of the Continence Foundation of Australia.
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• Masters of Physiotherapy
• Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Carrie pursued a career in the finance industry working for a global investment bank before deciding to change paths and graduating from the Master of Physiotherapy program at University of Sydney. During her masters program she specifically chose her clinic placement in her main area of interest - Women's Health and Paediatric physiotherapy.
 
She completed one of her clinical placements in Women's Health physiotherapy at Westmead Hospital, a large tertiary teaching hospital, where she was mentored to provide inpatient physiotherapy, assessing and managing patients with rectus abdominis diastasis, pelvic girdle pain and postnatal pelvic floor inpatient education.
In 2013, Carrie spent time in Vietnam volunteering at a paediatric hospital based in Hanoi. This gave her a good insight into the range of mild, moderate and severe developmental delays and disability physiotherapy can treat, and an appreciation of how our Australian early intervention framework is far superior.
 
Since graduating, Carrie has worked as a physiotherapist for a local rugby club, providing strapping and on field injury management services during games. Carrie has gained training in Pilates and also works part time as a Pilates instructor at another clinic.
 
Carrie has attended many courses related to Women's Health physiotherapy and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and Women's Health Institute Member.
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• Bachelor of Physiotherapy
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association



Marissa studied her Physiotherapy degree at Australian Catholic University and since graduating has been working in a private practice managing women’s health conditions, pre and post natal women, musculoskeletal conditions and orthopaedic rehabilitation. She has completed courses in Dry Needling and Segmental Needling, Rocktape and Women’s Health. Marissa has always had an interest in women’s health physiotherapy and believes that a holistic approach is needed for best success in treatment. 

Growing up, Marissa played a range of sports such as touch football, soccer, swimming, indoor cricket and continues to play netball at a competitive level. It is with this extensive experience in sport that Marissa utilises her knowledge of the games and skills in order to best rehabilitate musculoskeletal injuries and those with women’s health conditions who wish to return to sport/exercise with both a hands on and exercise approach.

During her time as a student, Marissa completed a placement at the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and was mentored closely through the skills to treat and manage children with developmental delays and plagiocephaly. 
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​Phone: 0412 382 834
Email: info@sydneywomensphysiotherapy.com.au
Clinic: Q Central Level 1, Suite 106B, 10 Norbrik Drive Bella Vista NSW 2153